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2004 Beneteau First 47.7

Portsmouth, Rhode Island


"Blue Moon" is a (3) cabin layout, that is extremely well equipped and ready for your next adventure. The Beneteau First 47.7 is a rare breed, she can be your offshore cruiser, family weekender, or put you on the podium at the regattas!

Please review her listing details and then call to get aboard for a first-hand look, you won't be disappointed. 


Basic Boat Info

Price: $199,000
Boat Name: Blue Moon
Make: Beneteau
Model: First 47.7
Year: 2004
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Beneteau
Designer: Farr Yacht Design, Ltd.
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: BEY87285D404
Has Hull ID: Yes


Length: 47 ft
Length Overall: 47'7 ft
Waterline Length: 41'8 ft
Beam: 14'9 ft
Max Draft: 7'7 ft
Displacement: 26,455 lb
Bridge Clearance: 64'8 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft
Ballast: 8,377 lb
Double Berths: 3
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JH3TE
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 75hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering
  • Year: 2004
  • Engine Hours: 3301


Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 66 gal
Fuel Tank Material: Aluminum
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 185 gal
Water Tank Material: Plastic
Holding Tank Count: 2
Holding Tank Capacity: 20 gal
Holding Tank Material: Plastic


Heads Count: 2
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Racers and Cruisers, Cruisers


JP Skov
For more information and to schedule an appointment to get aboard call JP Skov at 401-683-9200 or email
Northstar Yacht Sales, LLC


Northstar Yacht Sales, LLC
1 Lagoon Rd
Portsmouth, Rhode Island, US, 02871

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


The owner's cabin is forward, spanning the full beam just ahead of
the mast. To starboard is a large double berth actually modified to king size with custom mattress, a settee is to port along
with a hanging locker and there is good storage in drawers and shelves.
The ensuite head and shower are forward and are surprisingly spacious.
Aft of the owner's cabin is the main salon.  The oval table has seating all-round and can be adjusted for the heel angle for dining underway. Just aft of the salon table is the L-shaped galley. To port are another settee and the nav station, which also
has the electrical panel and dedicated tool storage. The guest head and shower is aft of the nav station, followed by one of two identical double guest cabins.  Beautifully varnished interior with abundant natural ventilation and lighting throughout. Five 12-volt fans are located throughout the interior.  All hatches have Oceanaire screens and shades. Storage is outstanding with her many drawers, cabinets, and hanging lockers in every cabin.


The galley is aft to starboard so it's out of the way, and the cook
has tons of countertop that wraps around from the double sink past the
stove lid (with covering board on rollers) and aft over the

  • Headroom: 6'4"
  • Wooden worktop above the icebox
  • Front opening 12v Frigiboat refrigerator (26.41 gal.)
  • Additional top-loading Ice box
  • Eno Gimbaled 2-burner stove and oven
  • Fold-away varnished wood worktop above the stove
  • 1 S/S rectangular double sink
  • Counter worktop either side of the sink w/molded wooden lip
  • 1 mixer tap w/pressurized hot and cold water system
  • 1 seawater foot pump and icebox waste outlet
  • Chrome-plated round waste bin
  • Cutlery drawer
  • Cupboards w/sliding baskets
  • Lockers/cupboards along the hull


  • Raytheon RL 70 C Radar\Plotter (on pod at helm)
  • Raymarine Autopilot (Stb combing)
  • Raymarine I-70 Multi (Stb combing)
  • Raymarine I-60 Wind (Port combing)
  • Raymarine I-50 Speed and Depth (Port combing)
  • Raytheon Radar Dome
  • S/S Radar post w/leveling head and outboard engine lift
  • (3) Raymarine Max View Displays (mast mounted) with remote


  • Raytheon RC 530 Plotter
  • Icom IC-M602 VHF
  • Xantrex Monitor
  • (2) handheld VHFs


  • 32" Flat Screen TV Salon 
  • DVD Player
  • VDO Stereo

12 Volt System:

  • (2) 8D x AGM house batteries (245 amps/each)
  • 1 x 4D engine battery (101amps)
  • 12-volt Battery chargers
  • 80 amp engine alternator
  • Xantrex inverter and monitor

110 Volt System:

  • 30-amp shore power inlet
  • 30-amp shore power cord 50+ feet
  • Outlets throughout
  • Water heater
Sails and Rigging
  • Sparcraft 9/10th's tapered fractional triple spreader rig, keel stepped
  • Rigid mechanical boom vang
  • Navtec Backstay adjuster
  • Reckmann Roller Furling
  • Antal Mast Track 2013
  • Quantum Carbon Main  (2 reef points 5 battens) (2013)
  • Quantum Carbon 135% Genoa (2013) with Turtle
  • 155 North 3DL genoa (2005) lightly used
  • .75 North Airex symmetrical spinnaker (2004) lightly used
  • 1.5 North Genneker (2004) lightly used on recent Selden top-down furler also has the original sock
  • Carbon Fiber Spinnaker Pole
  • (7) winch handles
  • Spinnaker sheets
  • Twing blocks and lines
  • (4) Snatch Blocks
  • (2) Tack lines with shackles
Hull and Deck

HULL: "Flag Blue" Algrip with "Chevy White" Algrip Boot strip (2015) 

Bottom Red Micron 66

  • 2 Lewmar 58 Self-tailing Electric genoa sheet winches
  • 2 Lewmar 48 Self-tailing secondary winches
  • 1 Lewmar 48 Self-tailing Electric halyard winch (port)
  • 1 Lewmar 44 Self-tailing winch (starboard)
  • German Mainsheet System
  • 13 Spinlock deck stoppers
  • 6 retractable pad eyes w/deck stoppers for spinnaker blocks
  • 2 dorade vents w/protective S/S guards
  • 4x400mm aluminum mooring cleats with S/S protection on the toe rail
  • 4x300mm aluminum mooring cleats for the spring lines
  • 2 genoa sheet tracks w/Torlon ball-bearing genoa cars, adjustable under tension
  • 2 single turning blocks w/deck stoppers
  • 2x2 horizontal turning blocks (3 sheaves)

DECK: Balsa sandwich for rigidity, weight-saving, and thermal and sound insulation.  Full deck liner.

  • S/S stemhead fitting with roller
  • Two-way electric windlass
  • S/S forward pulpit
  • S/S stern pulpit
  • Folding Swim platform 
  • S/S swim ladder
  • Wooden toe rail along the whole of the hull/deck joint
  • S/S stanchions
  • Double lifelines w/gates
Recent Upgrades
  • Propeller shaft replaced in 2018
  • Propeller shaft seal replaced in 2018
  • Cutlass bearing replaced in 2018
  • Rudder bearing replaced in 2018
  • Wheel Re-covered 2019
  • Hull Awl-gripped 2015
Dinghy and Motor
  • 2018  9’ North Atlantic Inflatable with seat and gear bag
  • Dinghy bag with 4 inflatable PFD’s

  • Dinghy bag with lights, registration, repair kit

  • Dinghy pump

  • Dinghy oars

  • 2004 8hp Johnson 2-cycle outboard

  • Outboard Gas can
  • 3-bladed feathering Max prop 
  • (1) 44lb Lewmar Delta Anchor w/200' of 7/16th chain
  • 2nd anchor with 35’ chain 250’ rode
  • Snubber
  • Float and anchor trip line
  • Canvas- Dodger, Awning, Sail cover, Turnbuckle covers, and helm cover
  • Edson S/S rail-mounted outboard bracket
  • (5) 12-volt  Fans mounted  
  • (7) winch handles
  • USCG safety gear - (6) type III PFDs, (5) auto inflate PFDs
  • (2) Jack lines
  • (5) Harnesses
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Dock lines & fenders
  • Handheld Spotlight
  • Engine, Prop and Electrical repair boxes with various spares
  • (4) Cockpit folding chairs
  • (2) Folding cockpit tables
  • (4) Wind Scoops
  • (2) Climbing harnesses
  • (1) Bosun Chair

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Disclaimer This calculator is intended solely for general informational purposes, and to provide a rough estimate based on the information you provide. You should not base your decision on this estimate alone.